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Alan CrookhamThe National Gallery, London alan.crookham@ng-london.org.uk

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Museum Worlds

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  • Douglas, Bronwen. 2014. Science, Voyages, and Encounters in Oceania, 1511–1850. Hound-mills: Palgrave Macmillan.

  • Hartnup, Katie, Leon Huynen, Rangi Te Kanawa, Lara D Shepherd, Craig D Millar, and David M. Lambert. 2011. “Ancient DNA Recovers the Origins of Maori Feather Cloaks.” Molecular Biology and Evolution 28(10): 27412750.

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  • Harwood, Hokimate P. 2011. “Identification and Description of Feathers in Te Papa’s Māori Cloaks.” Tuhinga 22: 125147.

  • Kreps, Christina F. 2008. “Appropriate Museology in Theory and Practice.” Museum Management and Curatorship 23(1): 2341.

  • More, Nicole, Gerald Smith, Rangi Te Kanawa, and Ian Miller. 2003. “Iron-Sensitised Degradation of Black-Dyed Maori Textiles.” Dyes in History and Archaeology 19: 144148.

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  • Sharpe, Libby, and Che Wilson. 2007. Te Pihi Mata: The Sacred Eye exhibition. Whanganui: Whanganui Regional Museum.

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